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September 2, 2001
Put it on your body, not in your mouth While it may not occur to most of us to groom with our food, it's increasingly becoming the norm. Just take a look at what's available: * The Thymes Olive Leaf Exfoliating Body Polish ($16): The lotion is made from the entire olive (the oil, the leaf and even the pit), which is supposed to have "age-defying" antioxidants. Available online at www.thymes.com. * Alterna Inc.'s White Truffle Shampoo ($65) and Conditioner ($85): More expensive than platinum, Alterna says white truffle oil is rich in B vitamins, which protect hair against breakage.
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May 26, 2013
Jazz Age clothing reflects the Art Deco emphasis on geometric lines, according to Cindi Ryland, owner of Retropolitan in Annapolis, who shared her tips for what to wear. Women should look for dresses with pronounced dropped waists with no darts in the bust line. When checking the condition of a 1920s dress, pay attention to the shoulders, which might show damage from years of storage on a hanger. This need not be a deal-breaker; sometimes repairs can be made. No zippers for men or women; buttons, please.
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NEWS
May 26, 2013
Jazz Age clothing reflects the Art Deco emphasis on geometric lines, according to Cindi Ryland, owner of Retropolitan in Annapolis, who shared her tips for what to wear. Women should look for dresses with pronounced dropped waists with no darts in the bust line. When checking the condition of a 1920s dress, pay attention to the shoulders, which might show damage from years of storage on a hanger. This need not be a deal-breaker; sometimes repairs can be made. No zippers for men or women; buttons, please.
ENTERTAINMENT
By L'Oreal Thompson | May 8, 2012
Our favorite gleeks go to prom and there's a sweet surprise ending! Confession: I'm a 16-year-old girl trapped inside of a 24-year-old body and thus, I was probably more excited about this week's"Glee"than normal people would be. Student body president Brittany S. Pierce decides this year them should be dinosaurs. Thus, Prom-asaurus is born, where hair gel is banned because it didn't exist during prehistoric times. Blaine, naturally, is heartbroken. And the prom court nominees are...Finn, of course, Rick the Stick Nelson (who?
ENTERTAINMENT
By L'Oreal Thompson | May 8, 2012
Our favorite gleeks go to prom and there's a sweet surprise ending! Confession: I'm a 16-year-old girl trapped inside of a 24-year-old body and thus, I was probably more excited about this week's"Glee"than normal people would be. Student body president Brittany S. Pierce decides this year them should be dinosaurs. Thus, Prom-asaurus is born, where hair gel is banned because it didn't exist during prehistoric times. Blaine, naturally, is heartbroken. And the prom court nominees are...Finn, of course, Rick the Stick Nelson (who?
NEWS
By Maria Blackburn : special to the sun | October 5, 2003
Blazers are boring, jackets seem less than jazzy, and the twin set is looking a tad tired these days. For work, we can't resist the timeless elegance of a belted sweater. The sweater looks like something out of Desk Set, but it's modern too. Belted cardigans are lean, feminine and comfortable. Image that -- comfortable work clothes. Wear this belted cardigan (pictured, right, $69) from Ann Taylor Loft with its matching shell ($39) and pencil skirt ($59) to big meetings at work. Pair it with gray flannels and a white T-shirt and loafers on more casual days.
NEWS
By Halle Gaut and Halle Gaut,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 18, 2002
Hey, guys, no need to help yourself to your significant other's shampoo anymore. You can now have your own hair products. Renowned hair expert Frederic Fekkai has finally moved into the made-for-a-man market. Known for his common-sense approach to hair and beauty, Fekkai has worked with many celebrities, including Ralph Fiennes, Griffin Dunne, David Bowie and Peter Gallagher. His new collection consists of a shampoo ($20), a light conditioner ($20), hair gel ($18.50) and grooming clay ($18.
NEWS
By Sarah Kickler Kelber and Sarah Kickler Kelber,Sun Staff | May 26, 2002
If you want beach hair, but you can't spare the time to drive to the shore, Nolita has the answer. The hair-care line inspired by the area of New York City just north of Little Italy includes Grit Gel, a hair gel with a sandy feel that gives you a bit of that windblown look you get after a day at the beach. Plus, it has great hold to boot, and it doesn't make your hair feel dirty (we gave it a test-drive). Other products in the line include a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner designed to counteract pollutants' effects on the hair, molding clay for "extreme texture and hold" and firm-hold aerosol hairspray.
NEWS
By Gailor Large and Gailor Large,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 25, 1999
Shoes that will never pinchWe've found a shoe that will make even the tiniest feet feel as though they belong to Cinderella's wicked stepsisters.In honor of the millennium, Willetts Designs and an artist known simply as "Raine" have joined forces to create Just the Right Shoe, a line of miniature shoes that celebrates the evolution of footwear over the years. The collection, out of California, has every style from Afternoon Tea (circa 1785) to the Leopard Stiletto (circa 1950). For between $12 and $30 a pair, you can splurge on as many wild styles as you want, and not feel guilty about never wearing them.
FEATURES
By MARY COREY Uniform options and MARY COREY Uniform options,Sun Fashion Editor | September 6, 1998
Ants in her pantsThe way Rachel Herbst sees it, the ants made all the difference.Before them, her entry in Seventeen magazine's underwear design contest was simply clever: picnic cloth briefs festooned with drawings of food. But the ants - plastic, glued on and marching toward the cherry pie - made her a winner.Now the 16-year-old from Olney is preparing to see her work, aptly titled "Ants in Your Pants," in stores including Bloomingdale's, Nordstrom and Frederick's of Hollywood next month.
NEWS
By Leeann Adams, The Baltimore Sun | July 11, 2010
If your idea of a Jersey Shore getaway doesn't involve Snookie, The Situation or JWoww, then check out the family-oriented offerings of Wildwoods, N.J. What you will find is one of the only beach lacrosse tournaments in the world, amusement park rides and a maritime festival. THE PLAN: Leave the hair gel and blowdryer at home, but bring some friends for the lacrosse. You'll need five players to field a team. Each game will have two 18-minute halves with a four-minute break.
FEATURES
By Dan Thanh Dang and Dan Thanh Dang,Sun Staff | February 21, 2005
Please do not call Chris Oliver a metrosexual. Yes, the 33-year-old account manager wears boot-cut jeans, paid a silly amount of money at a high-end salon to find the perfect haircut and uses a dab of gooey product on his hair every morning. So, what of it? So, if that makes Oliver a metrosexual, then maybe NFL quarterback Chad Pennington and NASCAR driver Brian Vickers are, too. They are the latest models companies are using to put an increasingly manly face on hair gels, skin lotions and other personal grooming products.
NEWS
By Maria Blackburn : special to the sun | October 5, 2003
Blazers are boring, jackets seem less than jazzy, and the twin set is looking a tad tired these days. For work, we can't resist the timeless elegance of a belted sweater. The sweater looks like something out of Desk Set, but it's modern too. Belted cardigans are lean, feminine and comfortable. Image that -- comfortable work clothes. Wear this belted cardigan (pictured, right, $69) from Ann Taylor Loft with its matching shell ($39) and pencil skirt ($59) to big meetings at work. Pair it with gray flannels and a white T-shirt and loafers on more casual days.
NEWS
By Halle Gaut and Halle Gaut,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 18, 2002
Hey, guys, no need to help yourself to your significant other's shampoo anymore. You can now have your own hair products. Renowned hair expert Frederic Fekkai has finally moved into the made-for-a-man market. Known for his common-sense approach to hair and beauty, Fekkai has worked with many celebrities, including Ralph Fiennes, Griffin Dunne, David Bowie and Peter Gallagher. His new collection consists of a shampoo ($20), a light conditioner ($20), hair gel ($18.50) and grooming clay ($18.
NEWS
By Sarah Kickler Kelber and Sarah Kickler Kelber,Sun Staff | May 26, 2002
If you want beach hair, but you can't spare the time to drive to the shore, Nolita has the answer. The hair-care line inspired by the area of New York City just north of Little Italy includes Grit Gel, a hair gel with a sandy feel that gives you a bit of that windblown look you get after a day at the beach. Plus, it has great hold to boot, and it doesn't make your hair feel dirty (we gave it a test-drive). Other products in the line include a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner designed to counteract pollutants' effects on the hair, molding clay for "extreme texture and hold" and firm-hold aerosol hairspray.
NEWS
September 2, 2001
Put it on your body, not in your mouth While it may not occur to most of us to groom with our food, it's increasingly becoming the norm. Just take a look at what's available: * The Thymes Olive Leaf Exfoliating Body Polish ($16): The lotion is made from the entire olive (the oil, the leaf and even the pit), which is supposed to have "age-defying" antioxidants. Available online at www.thymes.com. * Alterna Inc.'s White Truffle Shampoo ($65) and Conditioner ($85): More expensive than platinum, Alterna says white truffle oil is rich in B vitamins, which protect hair against breakage.
NEWS
By Leeann Adams, The Baltimore Sun | July 11, 2010
If your idea of a Jersey Shore getaway doesn't involve Snookie, The Situation or JWoww, then check out the family-oriented offerings of Wildwoods, N.J. What you will find is one of the only beach lacrosse tournaments in the world, amusement park rides and a maritime festival. THE PLAN: Leave the hair gel and blowdryer at home, but bring some friends for the lacrosse. You'll need five players to field a team. Each game will have two 18-minute halves with a four-minute break.
FEATURES
By Dan Thanh Dang and Dan Thanh Dang,Sun Staff | February 21, 2005
Please do not call Chris Oliver a metrosexual. Yes, the 33-year-old account manager wears boot-cut jeans, paid a silly amount of money at a high-end salon to find the perfect haircut and uses a dab of gooey product on his hair every morning. So, what of it? So, if that makes Oliver a metrosexual, then maybe NFL quarterback Chad Pennington and NASCAR driver Brian Vickers are, too. They are the latest models companies are using to put an increasingly manly face on hair gels, skin lotions and other personal grooming products.
NEWS
By Gailor Large and Gailor Large,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 25, 1999
Shoes that will never pinchWe've found a shoe that will make even the tiniest feet feel as though they belong to Cinderella's wicked stepsisters.In honor of the millennium, Willetts Designs and an artist known simply as "Raine" have joined forces to create Just the Right Shoe, a line of miniature shoes that celebrates the evolution of footwear over the years. The collection, out of California, has every style from Afternoon Tea (circa 1785) to the Leopard Stiletto (circa 1950). For between $12 and $30 a pair, you can splurge on as many wild styles as you want, and not feel guilty about never wearing them.
FEATURES
By MARY COREY Uniform options and MARY COREY Uniform options,Sun Fashion Editor | September 6, 1998
Ants in her pantsThe way Rachel Herbst sees it, the ants made all the difference.Before them, her entry in Seventeen magazine's underwear design contest was simply clever: picnic cloth briefs festooned with drawings of food. But the ants - plastic, glued on and marching toward the cherry pie - made her a winner.Now the 16-year-old from Olney is preparing to see her work, aptly titled "Ants in Your Pants," in stores including Bloomingdale's, Nordstrom and Frederick's of Hollywood next month.
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